ports/sysutils/syslog-ng2

You can apply an ACL that checks the source(), remote IP, priority,
facility, regexp, etc and route it to a specific destination (file) and
choose to finalize it or not.

Syslogd(8) for minimalistic configs like single-purpose machines.

~BAS

On Thu, 2007-06-14 at 14:25 -0400, B. Cook wrote:
> Hello all,
> 
> I am trying to have different cisco routers log to a different log file. 
>   The log file is located on a 6.2 box running the stock syslogd.  For 
> what it is worth I have nine of these, only three are shown
> 
> syslogd is running with -n -vv -d at the moment.. I did not have to 
> specify -a 10.20.250.54:* to allow it to log.. (is that part of the 
> problem..?)
> 
> But the question is.. I do get logs from the respective hosts in the log 
> files that I have specified, but I do not understand why syslogd is also 
> catching them in the original local7.* /var/log/router/3620.log when as 
> far as I can tell they are setup correctly.
> 
> below is the relevant portions of the syslog.conf.
> 
>   [~]# 18 > egrep -v "#" /etc/syslog.conf  | cat -n
>       1
>       2  +10.20.250.54
>       3  *.*                             /var/log/router/circle.log
>       4  -10.20.250.54
>       5
>       6  +10.20.250.42
>       7  *.*                             /var/log/router/columbus.log
>       8  -10.20.250.42
>       9
>      10  +10.20.250.38
>      11  *.*                             /var/log/router/clinton.log
>      12  -10.20.250.38
>      13
>      14  +10.20.0.10
>      15  *.*                            /var/log/router/tcentral.log
>      16  -10.20.0.10
>      17
>      18  *.err;kern.warning;auth.notice;mail.crit     /dev/console
>      19  *.notice;authpriv.none;kern.debug;lpr.info;mail.crit;news.err 
>   /var/log/messages
>      20  security.*                          /var/log/security
>      21  auth.info;authpriv.info             /var/log/auth.log
>      22  mail.info                          /var/log/maillog
>      23  lpr.info                               /var/log/lpd-errs
>      24  ftp.info                                 /var/log/xferlog
>      25  local7.*                                /var/log/router/3620.log
>      26  cron.*                                   /var/log/cron
>      27  *.=debug                                /var/log/debug.log
>      28  *.emerg                                         *
>      29  !startslip
>      30  *.*                                    /var/log/slip.log
>      31  !ppp
>      32  *.*                                     /var/log/ppp.log
> 
> 
> 
> and with syslogd in debug mode I see this:
> 
> and tcvthname(10.20.250.38)
> logmsg: pri 276, flags 0, from 10.20.250.38, msg 1262: Jun 14 
> 18:13:04.770: %SEC-6-IPACCESSLOGP: list 2044 denied udp 
> 10.20.18.28(1039) -> 10.20.0.212(161), 1 packet
> Logging to FILE /var/log/router/clinton.log
> Logging to FILE /var/log/router/3620.log
> 
> cvthname(10.20.250.42)
> logmsg: pri 276, flags 0, from 10.20.250.42, msg 68: Jun 14 
> 18:13:04.835: %SEC-6-IPACCESSLOGP: list 2044 denied udp 10.20.8.57(1040) 
> -> 10.20.3.60(161), 4 packets
> Logging to FILE /var/log/router/columbus.log
> Logging to FILE /var/log/router/3620.log
> 
> I do not understand why the local7.* is still getting caught.. From what 
> I understood from the man page, the - tells it to stop logging from that 
> host.
> 
> Whatever the last 'host' entry is in the syslog.conf that host will not 
> log into both files.
> 
> from the 10.20.0.10 host I have configured syslog:
> 
> local7.*  @10.20.0.29
> and when I run logger:
> 
> date | logger -p local7.debug
> 
> cvthname(10.20.0.10)
> logmsg: pri 277, flags 0, from 10.20.0.10, msg Jun 14 14:21:03 bcook: 
> Thu Jun 14 14:21:03 EDT 2007
> Logging to FILE /var/log/router/tcentral.log
> 
> I get what I think I should..
> 
> Why do the previous entries not act the same as the last one?
> 
> What am I missing?
> 
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